- Human Dimensions — Blue Economy — Water technologies and services
- Human Dimensions — Blue Economy — Shipping / Transportation
- Human Dimensions — Water Quality Policy and Management — Community and cooperative management
Education / Outreach Target Audience
- Private land/home owners
Assistant Professor Maigret's initial education and professional experience within the field of biology informs her current interests in exploring architecture as a component of broader environmental and cultural systems. Her design research and practice engages the generative potential of complex, environmental systems related to the material, cultural and formal expression of architecture. In particular, her work invests in nuanced understandings of larger, macro-scaled systems to visualize and materialize new sets of formal relations that participate in dynamic environments. Her work ranges in scope and scale, from the visualization of water dynamics throughout the Great Lakes watershed basin to a design build construction that interrogates the material and assembly practices of a hoophouse through the lens of water. She has presented her work at numerous, international and national peer reviewed academic conferences and is a participant in a number of ongoing, funded projects tied to community development design work.